The KwaZulu-Natal Museum offers a feast of attractive, modern, user friendly displays.
The Museum is dedicated to increasing understanding of the history of mankind in South-Eastern Africa and of the Natural World, through the collection and display of real objects. The Museum opened its doors on 30 November 1904 and is now home to several of South Africa’s most important heritage collections. The collections are of international renown, and feature regional archaeology, African cultural products, European settler history, seashells, insects and other forms of animal life.
The Museum is proud to be the custodian of one of the most important collections of Zulu craft objects. The largest national museum in KwaZulu-Natal, the Museum is dedicated to the collection, preservation, study and exhibition of objects of cultural and scientific value, concentrating on both the Natural and Human Sciences.
The exhibition galleries are continually being upgraded to make the museum even more effective and enjoyable.
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